2007) maintained that if the goal is to gather a general impression about the outcome, employing voice as a composite measurement for institutionalized
socialization tactics is acceptable.
A total of 341 elderly subjects were included, 280 institutionalized
(134 male and 146 female, mean age 72.
Additionally, the Cronbach alpha for the 21-item scale was computed for each group in the study: the institutionalized
group (n=40) were .
There were 171 institutionalized
participants (100 women and 71 men).
5% in the institutionalized
children, compared with 3% among children in foster care.
Institutional critique has always been institutionalized
This measure targets only two areas of government regulation--those relating to land use and zoning and those dealing with institutionalized
Thus NSA/CSS systems engineering policies, processes, and directives are institutionalized
within major development efforts.
Under the 2003 Medicare Modernization Act, Medicare Advantage plans can limit enrollment to beneficiaries who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, or long-term institutionalized
elders, poor oral hygiene, decreased activity levels, and medication-induced xerostomia can create favorable conditions for the pathogens that cause lower respiratory tract infection.
If Muslims can be governed by their own laws, then maybe conservative Catholics should look into the establishment of canon law in Canada as an institutionalized
2003), and rightly so, few studies have addressed the role that institutionalized
heterosexuality itself plays in shaping and powerfully influencing social welfare agendas.